Teaching activity report
I teach all types of health professionals in varying settings and am very grateful to be part of medical education. I have received funding to develop, test, and implement curricula at Stanford and Duke University. With support, I designed and implemented a curriculum named ImPRINT for anesthesia interns using a Flipped Classroom structure. The course combines an online classroom with in-person problem-based learning and simulation. I serve as a course-director for Anesthesia Crisis Resource Management (ACRM). ACRM has a 30 year history at Stanford and is now taught in many countries around the world. I expanded ACRM with grant support to teach an interprofessional audience. I was an active member of the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto's Patient Safety Center of Inquiry and served as an instructor for each different SimLEARN course. I am also the founder of a Twitter-based Anesthesiology journal club, #AnesJC, which has been incorporated into many leading anesthesiology journals and medical centers around the world. Please see below for a complete listing of my teaching activities and click the large buttons for more details, including learner assessments, funding, media and more. I invite you to contact me to share ideas, successes, and plans for collaboration.
2017 | An anesthesia educator's guide to July: How to start the year off with a bang! | Lecturer & Visiting Professor | New York Medical College Department of Anesthesiology Grand Rounds, Valhalla, NY